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Map Set 9: Female Death Rates and MDM score

Map Set 9: Female Death Rates and MDM score - Introduction

Female Death Rates (per 1000 population) due to the conflict (1969-2001), by area (Belfast, Derry), and Multiple Deprivation Measure score, at ward level
2 maps

image of map This set of maps illustrates the death rates per 1000 population, for female  victims, due to the conflict in Northern Ireland between 1969 and 2001, as discussed previously and in addition indicates the Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure (NIMDM) 2005 score for each ward. The NIMDM is a combination of seven types or 'domains' of deprivation:

  • Income Deprivation 25%
  • Employment Deprivation 25%
  • Health Deprivation and Disability 15%
  • Education, Skills and Training Deprivation 15%
  • Proximity to Services 10%
  • Living Environment 5%
  • Crime and Disorder 5%

The NIMDM was downloaded from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
(http://www.ninis.nisra.gov.uk/mapxtreme_deprivation2005/datacatalogue.asp?button=ward

 

Maps - Female Death Rates (per 1000 population) due to the conflict (1969-2001), by area (Belfast, Derry), and Multiple Deprivation Measure score, at ward level (2 maps compiled and drawn by Luke Kelleher)
 
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image of mapFemale Death Rates - Belfast - Ward - MDM
Total Female Death Rates (per 1000 population) due to the conflict in Belfast (1969-2001), and Multiple Deprivation Measure score, at ward level.
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image of mapFemale Death Rates - Derry - Ward - MDM
Total Female Death Rates (per 1000 population) due to the conflict in Derry (1969-2001), and Multiple Deprivation Measure score, at ward level.
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